What Makes #Indore Best Tourist Attraction Of Central India

Hello wanderers!!!

After having a superb vacation at Andaman and Nicobar, I recently visited the beautiful and cleanest city in the country. You must be existing to know what that city is. So, Indore is the city which I had visited.

INDORE popularly also called ‘Mini Bombay.’ Why? Because of its uncanny resemblance with the hybrid culture &; architectural splendour of Mumbai. The cultural capital of Madhya Pradesh is widely famous for its fantastic history, vibrant streets, and majestic monuments and how can we forget the Food which makes it more delicious as it has a flavour of Malwa. An individual can explore the joyful city at any time of the year as throughout the year it has pleasant weather.

Indore, which is situated in the tabular land of Malwa can make anyone adore the city due to its blend of glorious past and modern touch. Top attraction places that can make any traveler awestruck in Indore includes Rajwada, Lalbagh Palace, Sarafa Market, Central Museum of Indore, Patalpani Waterfall, Annapurna Temple and many more.
Well, I have listed out below in details top attraction places in Indore which you should visit while your trip to the city. So, here have a look:


Opening hours: 10 AM to 5 PM

Ideal for: Photography, History and, Culture. The market around Rajwada palace is a shopaholic’s hub.


Rajwada palace is a 200-year-old palace which is one of the famous tourist places in Indore. The castle is a seven storey building which contains a beautiful garden along with fountains and human-made waterfalls. The entire palace is subdivided into two parts as one is a temple, and another one is a great grand palace. The Holkars of Maratha Dynasty are building it.


Opening hours: 10 AM to 5 PM. Closed on Mondays

Ideal for: Architecture, Photography and, History.

Lal-bagh INdore

Another adorable place in the city which attracts the eyes of visitors is this palace which purely depicts the reign, lifestyle, and architecture of Holkars. The castle covers an entire area of 28 Hectares. To catch a glimpse of the majestic building one can visit between 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. This place is highly influenced by European style of architecture and has rich Persian carpets, exquisitely stained glass windows and so much to catch your attention.


Opening hours: 9:30 PM to 2 AM

Ideal for: Lots of street food, family and friends’ fun, nightlife


In a single trip to the city, I have realized that it is the city full of food lovers. This is one of the best places I have seen in Indore. A night market full of delicious foods that can satisfy the taste buds. Being a die-hard foodie, I can’t resist myself to taste. The Bazaar converts into a street in the night which serves lip-smacking food. It is being said that the whole idea of turning the area around the shops into food Street is around a hundred years old. To get the actual local taste one should never miss this place of the city. Bhutta Kees, crispy garadu, khopra patties, egg benjo, jalebi are few of the popular dishes of the SARAFA Street.


Opening hours: All seven days.

Ideal for: Spirituality and religion.


It is being said that the Ahilyabai Holkar has built the temple. The bhakts are the firm believer of Ganesha here as it is assumed that nobody goes disappointed from the temple. Along with the idol of Ganesha, there are also other temples of bhagwans from where you can take blessings at home.


The land of food has so many fantastic eating destination and Chhapan, or 56 Dukaan is another famous location where you get mouth-watering food. The place has so much buzz and very vibrant atmosphere, especially in the evening.  Here, you will 56 shops offering the most fantastic variety of local elegance’s and taste. From appetizing panipuri to yummiest Johnny’s hot dogs, from breakfast to chat, momos to beverages this place has it all. The name is so known because of the 56 shops that present delicious food to visitors.



 The museum consists of historical heritage, sculptures, and some prominent figures. It is divided into two galleries in Gallery 1 has the aircraft from historical period while Gallery 2 consists of cravings based on Hindu mythology. It is also famous for amazing sculptures and architectural beauty.

With my personal experience, I will say once in your life you should visit this magnificent city with food at its best. If you are planning to attend the town then, don’t think about the weather has the city has average winter and summer temperature. So, this sums up the details of the few of the tourist’s places in Indore. Some other places one can visit are Annapurna temple, Tincha falls, Patalpani, Ralamandal, choral dam, Mandu, Gulawat, Gomatgiri, etc.


February 4, 2019

18 Replies to “What Makes #Indore Best Tourist Attraction Of Central India”

  1. Rajat Kumar says: February 11, 2019 at 4:31 pm

    I never knew Indore is such a beauty. I missed a very nice opportunity of moving to this city..

  2. Charu Chittwal says: February 5, 2019 at 3:49 pm

    I have heard a lot about Indore from one of my friends and each and every time he start i feel like visiting this beautiful place right away, I have heard a lot about the food too in Indore, thank you for sharing this beautiful bit, It was damn interesting for me!

  3. Shub says: February 5, 2019 at 3:23 pm

    I have been to Indore and have really fond memories of this beautiful city. Food, shopping and heritage attractions make Indore so unique.

  4. Mrinal Kiran says: February 5, 2019 at 3:16 pm

    Both the palaces look absolutely beautiful… I have never been to Indore! Would love to visit the Rajwada palace and sarafa market!

  5. Khushboo says: February 5, 2019 at 3:12 pm

    I have been to Indore when I was a kid with my family. After reading your post I definitely want to visit there.

  6. Jhilmil D Saha says: February 5, 2019 at 3:11 pm

    I’ve studied in Indore for quite a while and fell in love with that place. I never wanted to come back but had too. These are so beautiful and the street food is to die for. I want to visit again soon.

  7. Jiya says: February 5, 2019 at 3:03 pm

    I would love to visit Madhya Pradesh. I loved see theses pictures and would love to try those yummy food. Have heard a lot about Khajrana Ganesh temple and museums of Indore. I would love to be there once.

  8. Hema Gayatri says: February 5, 2019 at 1:44 pm

    the rich culture and wonderful heritage of Indore is evident from the pictures. Seems to be a classic choice to tour around in central India After going through your blog I am looking forward to planning a trip soon.

  9. Neha Jella says: February 5, 2019 at 12:48 pm

    Thank you Gurjeet for describing these places in a very nice and simple way. I will bookmark all these places on my upcoming family trip to Indore.

  10. jhilmil says: February 5, 2019 at 11:10 am

    Oh yes, I can ina no way forget the vibrant streets of Indore and the lip smacking food it has to offer for the visitors. WOuld you believe, I had Indori poha thrice a day onDay 1 when I visited Indore.

  11. Nisha says: February 5, 2019 at 10:26 am

    Indore is a beautiful city. I have been to the city many times. And yes I love how clean the city is. I genuinely liked people’s spirit to keep their city clean.

  12. Rituka Bisht says: February 5, 2019 at 9:44 am

    I visited Indore once and must say it is one of the cleanest and beautiful cities in India though it is not very famous but still it is getting lot of attention now because of its Save environment and cleanliness

  13. Priyanka Patwari says: February 5, 2019 at 6:21 am

    Indore is known for its regal forts, caves, and temples. I really love your details post… I will soon plan to visit the city..

  14. Snigdha Prusti says: February 5, 2019 at 6:07 am

    Indore is really a beautiful place.. I was there for four years and completely love the city.. There are so many amazing tourist places .

  15. Varsh says: February 5, 2019 at 2:46 am

    I had one rushed visit to Indore and had Ghamandi lassi there, possibly in Sarafa market? I didn’t know that there’s so much more to see there. Will plan a visit soon.

  16. Jyoti says: February 4, 2019 at 9:44 pm

    Dear.. You have written the article so beautifully.. With such details, I felt as if I am on Indore’s trip myself.. And a kid in me is jumping with excitement to visit Indore now

  17. Noor Anand Chawla says: February 4, 2019 at 4:27 pm

    I have never visited Indore. Thank you for telling us so much about this wonderful place. I will bookmark this post for future reference.

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